Sometimes some theonomy parachurch organizations will even promote Federal Vision members in such ways as publishing and promoting their works. This is especially a problem with American Vision, which regularly promotes Federal Vision heretics--including Doug Wilson, James Jordan, and Steve Schlissel.
While the particular material by these men being promoted through American Vision may not be actual Federal Vision theology, giving them a platform (at least without a disclaimer) is an implicit endorsement of these men as Christians instead of as dangerous wolves. This can lead to American Vision followers reading and being deceived by the Federal Vision advocates' other, dangerous material.
In addition, Vision Forum has a post with Doug Phillips hanging out with Doug Wilson--and thereby promoting him in the process--and Chalcedon has in its archives a post promoting Norman Shepherd's dangerous book The Call of Grace.
A stand must be taken, so that false teachings ("irreverent babble") will not continue to "spread like gangrene," which leads "people into more and more ungodliness" (see 2 Timothy 2:14-19).
And giving the dangerous Federal Vision proponents a platform to speak (at least without a warning and disclaimer) leads others astray, for Romans 16:17, 18 says,
"I appeal to you, brothers, to watch out for those who cause divisions and create obstacles contrary to the doctrine that you have been taught; avoid them. For such persons do not serve our Lord Christ, but their own appetites, and by smooth talk and flattery they deceive the hearts of the naive."
1) Theonomists against the Federal Vision
2) Johannes Weslianus
5) Auburn Avenue Theology Refutation Series by Rev. Brian Schwertley
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